Monday, October 3, 2011

Japan's parliament approved a plan for renewable energy

TOKYO (Reuters)

The Board approved the highest in the Japanese parliament on Friday on a plan investors hope that the support of solar energy and energy derived from wind and other sources friendly to the environment exceeding the last hurdle in the laws of renewable energy in Japan.


Japan is working hard to reform the energy policies after the earthquake of March and the accompanying tsunami triggered by a nuclear disaster shook public confidence in the safety of Japan's atomic industry. And increased imports of oil and gas charged.


Parwon said that a national plan to start next year, supporting investors in the field of environmentally friendly energy is part of the solution to keep the country for new nuclear investments.


The proposed regulations, companies that buy any amount of electricity generated from solar, wind, biomass and geothermal stations and those that operate with small amounts of hydrogen at rates agreed upon in advance for up to 20 years.


The Japanese government announced that it wants to support the plan, the ability of five types of renewable energy, including more than 30 000 MW in ten years

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